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15 October 2019
Vol 12, Issue 603

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Online Cover This week features two Research Articles by Watanabe et al. and Pisella et al. that show that the dephosphorylation of two critical regulatory sites in the K+/Clcotransporter KCC2 during CNS development in mice is important for the maturation of the neurocircuitry required for cognition, respiration, and other aspects of neurological physiology (see also the associated Focus by Zamponi). The image shows H&E-stained sections of mice. [Image: Watanabe et al./Science Signaling]